Monthly Archives: April 2015

Review: The Engaging Citroen C4 Cactus

As a rule I am generally averse to cars being named after other things. You might recall the Ford Probe which sounded somehow… invasive. Then there’s the Dodge Swinger which has too many connotations to contemplate. Obviously there are always exceptions to rules as demonstrated by the Porsche Cayman and now, there’s the Citroen Cactus. Continue reading

Will Election Result In Better Roads? What Do You Think?

For those of you who have been on another planet, or dead, we are in the run-up to a general election. For those not in the know, the run-up to a general election consists of a period of some weeks that actually feel like months when eventually we will elect yet another band of useless individuals who will spend the next five years fudging issues and basically not getting very much done. Continue reading

Feature: Introducing The New MG6

MG’s award-winning MG6 has just got even better with the introduction of the new MG6, which offers, say the company, ‘more MG for your money.’ With much higher levels of specification, the latest MG6 offers customers up to £3,000 value-for-money improvement over the previous model. This makes the new car truly amazing value with prices now starting from as low as £13,995.00. Continue reading

Quick. Someone Pass Me My Paddy Hopkirk String-Backed Driving Gloves!

Previously on DriveWrite we have discussed the simple joys of owning low-cost cars. Cars, in fact, not unlike the models older members of your family used to drive. Remarkably, it is still possible to experience those motors but first let’s go back; back in time to days of yore when men wore serious hats. Continue reading

The Revised Peugeot 5008 – A Family Favourite

The term Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) is not one that sets the pulse of the average petrolhead racing. It instead suggests a down-to-earth practicality and usefulness that practical people will appreciate. It helps though if the MPV in question is also a decent driver and, in the case of the featured Peugeot 5008, this is indeed the case. Continue reading